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Old 08-16-2015, 12:59 AM   #1
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Unhappy need help 2006 Triumph Speed four

bought it for good price. it was parked for 2 years. replaced battery. fuel tank was dry.. fuel pump seemed weak.. replaced fuel pump... pump primes. have spark. no fuel... checked injectors are hot... but when i they dont seem to alow any fuel in... what should i do? please help me.
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fuel pump does prime.... neutral on. cluster is lit.. kickstand and neutral would prevent prime no?
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Kick stand switch, neutral, clutch switch? Instrument cluster working? My Triple does a hand shake with the ECU before a permissive to start is given. Battery voltage good?
Make sure kickstand switch is operating. Push the plunger in and make sure it is smooth. A little squirt of WD-40 helps. Other than that you may have a blockage between the pump and the fuel injectors. Remove fuel line and cycle the pump to blow out any debris.
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Are you waiting for the instrument cluster to finish cycling before start?
The injectors are known to clog from rust, especially if the bike has sat for a long period of time. Make sure the vacum line to the fuel pressure regulator is not missing, cracked, or broken. This will keep fuel from reaching the injectors.
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will look into it in next hour, will post up.. it does start with starting fluid... so there is spark...
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on my year there is no vacume to the pressure regulator. its internal in the tank... and yes i do wait for cluster top cycle..
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also the tank internaly is clean.. and fuel filter was not torn in the tank.. i dont know if the injectors are oppenin...
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If you have fuel to the rail and the injectors are firing then the injectors need to be cleaned.
Pull them out and energize them with a 9 volt battery and let them soak for a bit in some carb cleaner.
Make sure to not soak the rubber seal.
If they won't clean up that way I can pressure clean them for you.
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hey patrick how much is the preasure cleaning service
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